Éditions romandes. Etudes en droit de l'art ; 26.
"The Second All Art and Cultural Heritage Law Conference, which was held at the University of Geneva on 24 and 25 June 2016, provided a space for a thorough discussion over two topical issues, namely the deliberate attacks on cultural heritage in the context of armed conflict or civil strife, and the relationship between law and ethics in the international art and cultural heritage fields." -- Introduction.
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The strained, elusive and wide-ranging relationship between international cultural heritage law and the law of state responsibility: from collective enforcement to concurrent responsibility / Lucas Lixinski and Vassilis Tzevelekos "Cultural genocide" and the International Criminal Court: the possibilities and limits of the protection of cultural heritage / Wenke Brückner The usefulness of the 'responsibility to protect' as applied to the protection of cultural heritage in armed conflict / Sabine von Schorlemer Collecting archaeological objects in Turkey: legal framework and practice / Ece Velioglu Yildizci Protection of cultural heritage in the Kingdom of Bahrain: practice and challenges / Michael M. Wosinski.